New Book Review: Clayton Childress on Paul Lopes’s “Art Rebels” #sssi #music #art

In symbolic interactionism and our journal there is a long-standing interest in art and music. For example, in 2015 we published Wenchao Lu’s interview with Howard Becker “Sociology and Art” and Lucia Ruggerone’s and Neil Jenkings’s article “Talking About Beauty“, and very recently Amanda Koontz reviewed Gary Alan Fine’s “Talking Art” for us. In the same vein, we now have published Clayton Childress’s review of Paul Lopes’s book “Art Rebels: Race, Class, and Gender in the Art of Miles Davis and Martin Scorsese”.

SSSI Members can download the review by clicking the image below or HERE. To join SSSI and subscribe to Symbolic Interaction from $35 (£30) please click HERE.

Childress-art rebels

If you would like to publish interactionist related material on this SSSI Music blog or if you would like to run the music blog, please do get in touch with me (dirk.vom_lehn@kcl.ac.uk ; @dirkvl).

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